IT COULD HAPPEN TO YOU (Released to Theaters USA 1994)

Ben Meyers’ Rating: 3.2|5.0 Starsììì 

It Could Happen to You—not morally sound—bases itself on a concept that encourages marital infidelity and drives a whole new generation of persons who represent loosened mores. Slyly built on a ‘light’ theme, for persons of a weaker moral compass, it can be suggestive to the point of giving the green light to engage in time spent alone with someone who is not the marital partner and finally ends in compromised behavior. It Is not the best watch for those who are easily persuaded and lack strongly guided moral principles. 

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An idealistic policeman promises a waitress half the winnings of a lottery ticket in the event he has the winning ticket.

 Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Andrew Bergman for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Mike Lobell and Gary Adelson for making the film possible. Cast includes Nicolas Cage, Bridget Fonda, Rosie Perez, Isaac Hayes, Seymour Cassel, Stanley Tucci, and J.E. Freeman.

 Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe? 

No. This movie does not teach good ethics or morality for sustaining long-lasting marriage. It opens the door to dissolving marriage. In this failure, it makes room for beginning a thinking process that weakens a country rather than strengthening a country. For that failure, the movie receives the lower rating and the no watch suggestion.

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